Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Get Over It

Me thinks they protest too much.

Canada owed an apology
Hamilton Spectator
By Robert Howard. It is something quite unusual to hear Stephen Harper, Stephane Dion and Jean Charest speaking virtually in unison.

French politician defends Quebec comments

PM decries remarks by French politician

PM, Dion slam remark on Quebec

Quebec 'gaffe' causes Royal grief

French presidential candidate backtracks on support for Quebec

P'shaw, what a bunch of verbal diarrea, and political drivel.

After all Royal only expressed her opinion of what Quebecois meant to her and 'all of France', since she is a socialist and the last French President to say the same thing; Charles de Gaulle was not.

Following a 15-minute meeting in Paris yesterday with Parti Québécois Leader André Boisclair, Ms. Royal was asked by reporters what affinity she felt toward Quebec sovereignty. "It goes with our common values, which are Quebec's sovereignty and freedom," she replied.

After all the Canadian Parliament accepted Quebec as a Nation, which is what France did a long time ago.

Chickens, home, roost.

People, stones, glass houses.

Tempest, teapot.

Vive le Québec libre !



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